Add trial balance report.
Thanks to all of you who voted for this feature. We are currently reviewing the best way to implement the trial balance report and we would like to get your input. Please take a moment to comment on the following questions:
1) How do you use the trial balance report?
2) How often do you use the report?
3) Are there any other reports you use in conjunction with the trial balance report?
Rob Dirne commented
I vote yes, my accountant had to spend extra work to produce one himself.
I vote yes to this
Reba Collins commented
Accountant needs this report - it also helps me see if I've posted something incorrectly. This goes hand-in-hand with the P&L and Balance Sheet.
Jeff kilzer commented
1) The trial balance is an internal document—it stays in the accounting department. It is a listing of all of the accounts in the general ledger (balance sheet accounts and income statement accounts) and their respective balances as of a specified point in time, such as June 30, 2006. The purpose of the trial balance is to document that the total amount of account balances with debit balances is equal to the total of amount of account balances with credit balances.
2) Accountants mostly use it and mostly at tax time.
3) Balance Sheet and income statement
Chris Davis commented
1) the trial balance report is the only report my accountant asks for - he uses this report to do all of my taxes.
2) I only use this report once a year, but it is the most important report to me
please implement this as soon as possible so I can sign up for a full year subscription on your software - everything else you have is excellent.
my accountant needs it
accounting software without a trial balance report!!
Alan Mills commented
Isn't a trial balance report what you get when you run a balance sheet report for a given date?